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Risks associated with antenatal care services

8 Mar, 2021

Pregnancy and antenatal services have been affected by COVID-19. Stillbirth CRE Co-Director Professor Vicki Flenaday spoke to ABC Radio National's Health Report about a recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report that found a decrease in face-to-face antenatal services in 2020, and whether this could impact pregnancy outcomes.